23 Jul Tips to follow after Root Canal Treatment
Root Canal Treatment is rather one of the most vital treatments to secure the natural teeth against conditions like tooth decay, repeated dental procedures, incorrect crowns, or a crack or chip in the tooth. Our Modern Root Canal Treatment in Gurgoan is painless and relieves tooth ache effectively in addition to saving the natural tooth. Time required is approximately 30-45 minutes for the entire procedure.
There are several instructions you should follow when you start your treatment
- Taking your prescriptions as described .That’s to decrease the pain and discomfort and to prevent further infection after the treatment.You also should pay attention to the pain level you feel after the root canal treatment has ended. As expected the pain should decrease after the treatment. If the pain has increased then you should contact your dentist.
- Be careful to not put pressure on your infected tooth as your tooth will be very tender so be sure to not put too much pressure on it through grinding or clenching your jaw.
- Also you should consider getting a crown after the treatment. As after the Root Canal treatment the tooth got fragile and brittle and get broken easily. So you should get a crown as fast as possible to maintain this tooth and prevent further complications from getting your tooth getting cracked.
- You should also keep the root canal tooth clean. Doing root canal treatment won’t prevent your tooth from getting caries back again and getting more destruction for your tooth. So you should brush and floss your tooth continuously.
- You should also avoid certain food. Any food that is hard, chewy, or crunchy should be avoided right after you have a root canal. In addition, your tooth may be temporarily sensitive to very hot or very cold foods as it heals, so mild or room-temperature foods like soft sandwiches are best.
- Feeling Pain after Root canal treatment is a normal sequence after your treatment. Your dentist should assure you that it is a normal sequence and that you should not worry. If the pain is unbearable or if you have extra swelling after the treatment you should contact your dentist immediately as he should prescribe antibiotic for the tooth to stop the infection.